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Webinars and Instructional Videos

Incorporating the Benefits of Natural and Working Lands in Conservation Planning

Incorporating the Benefits of Natural and Working Lands in Conservation Planning

Katie Warnell, Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions at Duke University, gave this seminar March 22, 2022, as part of our Spring virtual science seminar series highlighting SE CASC funded projects supporting resource management actions across the Southeast.

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WLFW Northern bobwhite, Grasslands, and Savannas Framework - Partners' webinar 3/2/2022

WLFW Northern bobwhite, Grasslands, and Savannas Framework - Partners' webinar 3/2/2022

Webinar presenters included Bridgett Costanzo, NRCS WLFW regional coordinator and Jessica McGuire, QF. These slides are available on the WLFW Northern bobwhite homepage, under Information/Multimedia.

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Webinar - WLFW & QF Briefing to Partners for new WLFW Northern bobwhite, Grasslands, & Savannas Framework

On March 2, 2022 Bridgett Costanzo of NRCS's Working Lands for Wildlife and Jessica McGuire of QF presented on the WLFW framework for NOBO, grasslands and savannas. Ms. Costanzo presented on the content of the new framework document, the priority areas and conservation practice goals set by the 24 NRCS state offices, and responses received from the needs assessment survey. Ms. McGuire presented on staffing and monitoring plans associated with launching this framework.

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Northern Bobwhite Grasslands and Savannas Framework

Northern Bobwhite Grasslands and Savannas Framework

Presented by Bridgett Costanzo, NRCS Working Lands for Wildlife regional coordinator.

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Working With Farmers and Landowners in NY to Restore Bog Turtle Habitat Powerpoint Presentation

Working With Farmers and Landowners in NY to Restore Bog Turtle Habitat Powerpoint Presentation

Approximately 15 minute presentation on conducting bog turtle habitat conservation through Farm Bill programs on private lands, and how to work with private landowners. Presented by Elizabeth Marks of NRCS, an Area Biologist in upstate NY who has extensive experience with this topic.

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Reconnecting Cattle and Quail

Reconnecting Cattle and Quail

Learn about the Working Lands for Wildlife program and work in Ohio between USDA-NRCS and local farmers and ranchers. Grazing cattle on warm season, native grasses is great for cattle as well as critical species like the Northern Bobwhite Quail. Video for landowners and cattle producers. Presented by Nick Schell (USDA-NRCS Ohio) and Dr. Pat Keyser (UT - Center for Native Grasslands Management) at the Ohio Forage and Grassland Council Conference in 2017.

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Video: Working Lands for Wildlife (WLFW) Workspaces

Video: Working Lands for Wildlife (WLFW) Workspaces

The Working Lands for Wildlife (WLFW) program develops win-win approaches with producers and private landowners. WLFW partners understand that collaboration is critical to enhance wildlife habitat and improve agriculture and forest productivity. We can continue to strengthen collaboration -- especially between technical experts from federal and state agencies and non-government partner staff -- through the WLFW workspaces. The WLFW workspaces provide online infrastructure and space for partners to share their expertise with one another, exchange resources and ideas, and plan work together on a certain species, a given habitat or land use, or a specific project. A subset of the resources here are available to producers, landowners, and communities who are interested in, or involved with, the WLFW program.

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Forage for Beef and Bobs

Forage for Beef and Bobs

Learn about the benefits of native grasses for beef cattle production and wildlife in Virginia. This short video (4 min) is especially relevant for beef producers and farmers. Brought to you NRCS Virginia.

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Partnerships on Working Lands

Partnerships on Working Lands

Across the West, the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation is working with ranchers, federal and state partners, and other non-profit organizations to support conservation on working lands.

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More Quail Per Bale: Precision Conservation for a More Sustainable Future

More Quail Per Bale: Precision Conservation for a More Sustainable Future

How farming and quail management can be compatible on working lands.

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Regenerative Agriculture: No-Till Farming

Regenerative Agriculture: No-Till Farming

Gabe Brown, legendary Rancher from Bismarck, North Dakota, discusses how Regenerative Agriculture is a solution to local and global challenges.

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Planting Native Grasses: Missouri Forage and Livestock Series

Planting Native Grasses: Missouri Forage and Livestock Series

Pat Keyser (University of Tennessee) and Rick Rath (Missouri Department of Conservation) share about establishing and managing native grasses on pasture lands. Native grasses benefit not only livestock, but wildlife too. This webinar can help practitioners and landowners alike. Filmed January 20, 2021 - Missouri Forage and Livestock Series

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